What can I expect at a Feeling Yogaful class?
Careful planning goes into all our classes. You’ll warm up and practise postures in depth. You'll also experience breath work and relaxation techniques. We put the emphasis on creating a space where you can work safely and really explore what yoga has to offer.
What do I need for a Feeling Yogaful class?
We provide all the equipment, all you need to do is arrive a few minutes early to settle in. Wear comfortable clothes - nothing tight around your chest or waist and if you need to eat, make sure it's an hour or so before class.
Do I need to be fit and flexible to do yoga?
No need to be super-fit or uber-bendy. Regular yoga practice will get you fitter, more flexible and increase your sense of well-being. Many well respected health professionals and governing bodies, including the NHS, recognise the benefits of regular yoga practise.
We take your well-being seriously. If you're unsure about whether a Feeling Yogaful class is right for you, get in touch. We may recommend that you check with your GP.
Can I start classes right now?
The “Try Me” class-pass is a great place to start. “Try Me” means you can drop in for a taster at an open class any time. The “Newly Yogaful” class is the place to be if you’d like to explore foundation postures and best practise.
How is yoga different from other kinds of fitness?
Yoga aims for a fit body and a fit mind. By practising postures (asana) and guided breath (pranayama) you’ll bring mind and body into alignment and feel both physically and mentally refreshed. The benefits of yoga go well beyond the mat. Over time you’ll find the skills you develop in class are great tools for life.
Is yoga a religion?
Yoga is a philosophy and has it’s roots in ancient India and the belief systems of Hinduism and Buddhism. Physical practice (asana) is one of a series of yogic disciplines for mind and body.
Find more about hatha yoga on our About page.